A commentary on the collapse that is here now by Mitch Santell (This is the first of 30 blog postings before the permanent shut down of AfterHollywood.Online on January 11, 2020). It is so interesting to note the small changes in people as the world continues to flip out of control. From 2005 until 2015, … Continue reading New World Order Is Here, You OK?
A Guest Commentary by Dean Henderson A big part of living like no one lives now is to reject sedentary living early and often. Being nomadic gives you a chance to see different parts of this amazing world while inculcating a healthy diligence towards the unnecessary and corrosive accumulation of “stuff”. Historically, humans have not … Continue reading The Roof Over Your Head
A Guest Posting by Dean Henderson It's party time for the guys in the tower of Babel Sodom meet Gomorrah, Cain meet Abel Have a ball y'all See the letches crawl With the call girls under the table Watch them dig their graves `Cause Jesus don't save the guys In the tower of Babel ~ … Continue reading Facebook: The New Tower of Babel
Commentary On A Digital Crack Generation by Mitch Santell The dialogue that I have had with others since dumping my FaceBook account has been fascinating. What have I discovered? Answer: I am not the only one who dumped my FaceBook account and there are others doing the same. Most American teenagers are constantly using social … Continue reading Social Media More Addictive Than Porn
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“What saves a man is to take a step. Then another step.” — C.S. Lewis
When asked how he writes so fast, Stephen King answered, “One word at a time.”
This is the kind of answer that no one believes in. And the fact that there’s an abundance of related cliches doesn’t help either.
A journey of a thousand miles begins with a single step. Or something like that. The Great Wall of China was built by laying one brick after another.
It is not the mountains to conquer that make you give up, but rather the pebble in your shoe.
All cliches. Terrible, terrible cliches that we can’t help but fear and loathe at the same time.
Want to know why?
Because they are so damn true.
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Reflections On Trump's Current Chess Game by Mitch Santell Congratulations, you have just witnessed something in America that no other President would have the guts to do. What is it? President Donald J. Trump signed the current budget to keep the U.S. Government open while at the same time declaring a National Emergency. In my … Continue reading Trump Approves Budget & Declares A National Emergency At The Same Time
A Unique Video from a Truther in Southern California by Mitch Santell The internet of things is a real thing and while it is fun to be connected, has it gone too far? Technology is not a neutral tool. There are thousands of engineers working behind the scenes to make their company’s products persuasive and … Continue reading Is Your Trash Listening To You? I.O.T.
Commentary by Mitch Santell Regardless of how much I have complained about Social Media here at After Hollywood.Online throughout 2018, I can say that I am like-minded with these social media rules for CEO's so check this out. 8 Rules for Corporate Communicators Social media is a haiku.If you have a complicated point to make, … Continue reading Positive Aspects Of Social Media
Just in case you were wondering by Mitch Santell In the councils of government, we must guard against the acquisition of unwarranted influence, whether sought or unsought, by the military- industrial complex. The potential for the disastrous rise of misplaced power exists and will persist. American makers of plowshares could, with time and as required, … Continue reading 2018 New Year’s Gov. Shut Down
Comments On A Sane Mind by Mitch Santell
The ability to Think, to live Zen, and to use discernment is something that the majority of humanity cherishes in my view. Don’t allow the A.I. of social media systems to ruin your real interactions with the real world. This blog post from Joel Latto may help.
I’m an information addict, no doubt, but then again isn’t that the case for the most of us these days? The thing is that unlike (unfortunately) most of us, whenever I find something especially interesting/intriguing online, I dig deep and go for the original source – behind the scenes, so to say, in order to see what really is under the polished end-product, which is fed to the masses.
The Internet has indeed made the creating, consuming, sharing and searching for information easier than ever before, but it has not done so without consequences. The openness of the Internet has lots of debatable downsides, ranging from cyber terrorism to illegalized peer networks, but although many of those regularly gain flashy headlines, I’m writing about an issue that is often ignored: the quality and the worthiness of the data itself.
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